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Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust For Harley Sportster 2014-2015
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Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust For Harley Sportster

An unparalleled value, Shortshots Staggered deliver hot rod sound and performance wrapped in full-length heat shields, at a price rivaling most slip-ons. Shortshots Staggered come standard with louvered-core baffles, and can also be fitted with optional quiet baffles. Vance & Hines has designed a new flat plane mounting panel for the 12mm oxygen sensors now employed across the Sportster model line, which positions the sensor deeper into the exhaust stream, providing enhanced data feedback to the ECM.


  • Signature twin-slash end treatment
  • Available in black or chrome finish
  • Full-coverage heat shields


This Product Fits:
Harley Davidson
Sportster Custom XL1200C 2014, 2015
Sportster Forty-Eight XL1200X 2014, 2015
Sportster Iron XL883N 2014, 2015
Sportster Low/SuperLow XL883L 2014, 2015
Sportster Seventy-Two XL1200V 2014, 2015
Sportster SuperLow XL1200T 2014, 2015
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Vance Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust For Harley Sportster 2014-2015 4.9 5 19 19
V&H Shortshots Staggered These pipes sound amazing! In conjunction with the big sucker I installed, there is an immediate and defined increase in power. The bike seems to now run smoother as well. I am not a mechanic by far but I was able to get them on myself. Took me a lot longer than it should have. But nonetheless, I love the pipes. April 20, 2015
Makes my 883 sound like a beast! Wow, the sound that now comes out of my 883 is better than expected. It turned out a little louder than I expected, but sounds great, looks great, install wasn't complicated at all. February 16, 2015
Nice look, good sound with Quiet Baffles I bought these pipes mainly because of how nice they look and did so with confidence from the reviews. I was not disapointed. They look great and sound great (once I installed the quiet baffles). After installation I went for a ride and I have to say these pipes are loud. They are for the most port straight pipes. If I were going to a Harley event I would so use the standard baffles. To keep people from giving me dirty looks during regular riding I installed the quiet baffles. Now the bikes sounds great and looks great too. Worth the money. January 12, 2015
Great sound, excellent increase in power Love these pipes. Easy to install, you won't regret buying these. I removed the baffles and love the way these sound. Great product, definitely recommended. October 27, 2014
Great pipes Was a bit hesitant to get the short shots at first, as everyone seems to get them for their sportys, but after install I now know why. These look amazing and they sound amazing. A deep but sharp snap and rumble now resonates from a once quiet bike. They were easy to install and shipped quickly. I now have an ear to ear grin when I ride. October 27, 2014
the first time i put on pipes like this it was easy to do like the looks of them they are great and i love the sound of them its the best thing i ever put on the bike. October 27, 2014
Is as advertised product is as advertised. If you want a harley sound buy Vance and Hines October 20, 2014
Sounds great These short shots sound great and good on my 2014 sportster 48! Have a good rumble to them and will turn heads when riding down the road. Tried to upload pics but won't let me. October 15, 2014
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Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust For Harley Sportster 2014-2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
A S: badass sound and performance Apr 1, 2015
Allison O: Wanted a shorter exhaust. Picked up a set of quiet baffles for them also. Feb 13, 2015
Aaron W: These look the best in my opinion out of any pipes I've seen for Sporster. Sound great too Jan 20, 2015
Donald F: Name brand and sweet looks. Jan 6, 2015
javier g: They look pretty effin badass. Dec 21, 2014
William M: Looks good and has high reviews. Dec 16, 2014
Casey C: Because I'm cool Oct 29, 2014
Travis L: They're Badass Sep 16, 2014
Einar L: Looks and sound Sep 4, 2014
Jay M: heard great reviews compared to the pipes harley offered Jul 18, 2014
Richard C: Fits the lines of the forty eight perfectly! Jul 6, 2014
Matthew S: looks, sound and performance Jun 11, 2014
tony l: because loud pipes save lives. (and they're awesome) May 28, 2014
Christian Y: want that classic harley sound May 8, 2014
Jake D: I made my decision to purchase here after comparing prices on other sites. Apr 29, 2014
Daniel G: I love the sound and style of the short shots. Apr 29, 2014
Karen B: We want this brand new Harley Sportster 48 to sound awesome! Vance & Hines are supposed to have a really great sound, and superior quality. Apr 15, 2014
Nick L: They match the bike. I've also heard they give a good quality "Harley" sound that the stock pipes can't create through being stock or through modification. Mar 23, 2014
E D: They complete the black look of the bike adding some mean sound! Mar 19, 2014
Miguel C asked: Will this require flashing the ECM? If so, will that be included with the pipes? Will this product lower the bike's MPG rating? Thanks! Jan 30, 2014
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A S: I had these pipes on my 2013 48 and never noticed a difference in gas mileage...it actually ran better than stock...like it could actually breath more! Apr 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will I need to purchase any type of mounting hardware etc. or this will bolt on with factory hardware? Jan 23, 2014
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Dennis M: I just put these on my 2014 iron 883. Didnt need to purchase anything,but some loctite. They give you everything you need to mount them and some directions. Jan 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: I want to install the Vance & Hines shortshots on my 2014 Harley Forty Eight without changing the aircleaner and without using a race tuner. Is this possible? What about my warranty if I only change the exhaust? Opinions? Jun 8, 2014
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Eneri A: I just put these pipes on my 2014 iron 883N about a month ago. I did a good amount of research and priced the costs out with HD and others. Overall I was advised (including by Revzilla) that I should add a fuel pack if I was going to do the full exhaust or change the air cleaner. HD was a bit reluctant the recommend the fuel pack...they preferred that I dyno tune the bike with them, but they were charging me over $500 just for that! In total HD was charging me about $1700 for the pipes, tuning, and changing the air filter.

I decided to get the Vance and Hines fp3 fuel pak and did everything myself, including changing the pipes. The tuning took ten minutes. So far I've spent about $700 plus my time.

Overall I've noticed a bit more vibration with my bike at idle. I've also noticed that my bike emits more engine heat than before. I'm thinking that this is because I haven't replaced the air cleaner and still have the stock cleaner on my bike. I'm planning on replacing to a high flow air filter within the next month in hopes of alleviating the extra vibration and heat.

I didn't inquire about the bike warranty, but I'm planing on having HD do a thorough check to make sure all is good once I'm due for my 1k oil change.

Jul 17, 2014
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Thomas A: I put a set n my son's Bike, He has the 2014 48, I did go with an updated air cleaner, You could save a few dollars by going with a K&N unit to fit in the current box. I did go with the Vance and Hines tuner. Remember, the HD motor is a big air pump, the more air you can get in and out really makes a lot more power, The tuner allow for change in mapping of the ignition and fuel. Go with what you can afford first, Pipes, cleaner then tuner. Just a note, These pipes are load, Very easy to install, Took less than an hour. Jul 16, 2014
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Scott M: It's technically possible, however I would replace the air cleaner with a free flow type and do the re-map. I went through this a couple of months ago with my 2014 1200xl custom, I talked to a lot of riders and mechanics I trusted. Pricey but worth it in my opinion. You have too much invested in your bike to take a chance. Hope this helps you to decide. Jul 22, 2014
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Jan F: Yes, it is possible. I did it. But only once I also got the Screaming Eagle Heavy Breather and had the bike tuned did the performance of the bike really jumped from the stock 45HP to almost 60HP. Big difference. Otherwise it's only the sound you're getting with the pipes and you may be losing some performance. I don't know about the warranty. Jul 16, 2014
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George F: You sure can, that's what I just did! Exhaust only!
You can ride with for a while but I don't recommend to do that forever!
It might cause some backfiring due to increase of back pressure.
It sounds awesome tho and I love it.
Jul 16, 2014
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sean m: Getting aftermarket pipes don't have anything to do with you're air cleaner and you shouldn't have to get a race tuner, it helps but not needed. It also shouldn't void you're warranty. Jul 17, 2014
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Joseph N: No that exhaust is too free flowing and the bike runs lean without a tuner. Jul 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the dimension of the package and the weight? Apr 18, 2014
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daniel w asked: Did anyone else need to replace the stock exhaust gaskets with some screaming eagle gaskets because of fitment issues? Jan 21, 2015
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Timothy M: I replaced my gaskets with new, HD gaskets when I installed these pipes, but not because of a fitment issue. I've read that it's good to install new gaskets when installing new exhaust. And they're cheap. In my (limited) experience, exhaust gaskets are pretty malleable. Maybe one or both of your old gaskets was deformed while you were removing the old exhaust and that caused the fitment issue. Bottom line, if you're sure you bought the right pipes for your bike and they installed fine with the new gaskets, I don't think you've got a problem. Jan 21, 2015
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daniel w: Timothy, I replaced the old gaskets with new stock ones which have a taper on them for the stock pipes but my Vance & Hines pipes have a straight wall on them. I called tech support and they told me it won't work with stock gaskets and that I have to use the screaming eagle style. I picked some up today and will try installing tomorrow. I'll post my results on here. Jan 21, 2015
Mike R: No it was pretty straight foward what ever came off the bike put on the exhaust and plug and play. Basically its a bolt on bolt off type of job. Jan 22, 2015
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Mike R: Mine fit right a way. Got no issues so far.
Jan 21, 2015
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Rick S: I use the stock gasket no problem. Jan 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can I install Vance & Hines Short shots only on my 2014 Harley sportster 48? I mean, without another aircleaner and without a race tuner? What about my factory warranty if I only change the exhaust?

Tim Mouton
Jun 7, 2014
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Nick L: The ONLY thing that will affect your Harley manufacturers warranty is if the damage that occurs is from something YOU change on the bike. So let's say you change the exhaust and there's damage from back pressure being low (that won't and can't happen just using a hypothetical situation) that would be on you. Let's say you change the exhaust and the wiring shorts and blows fuses and your speedo cluster and it's not related. That falls under warranty work.

If the app on here says they specifically fit your 2014 48 I would only use them on that. Just verify what fits and what doesn't.

If I understand what you're saying as far as mixing brand names for exhausts air cleaners and tuners it doesn't matter. You can mix and max whatever you like. Just make sure the tuner you buy can replicate the other specs for different products.
Jun 10, 2014
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Erik R: I recently out this on my 2014 iron 883. You don't have to get an air cleaner or tune. But if you dont get the tune the exhaust will pop on downshift sometime. I added my tune later when I could afford it. They sound great I love them. Easy install big difference in power. Jun 10, 2014
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matthew s: Not sure about the fitment however, I just experienced an exhaust leak and a screw falling out from installing the exhaust myself, I would highly recommend spending the extra dollar to maintain your warranty as well as getting it installed correctly

Jun 10, 2014
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Dennis G: Sure but it won't run right, eventually you'll burn up seals and wear out parts of your motor. Jun 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the actual dimension without package? Jan 11, 2015
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jose p: The longer pipe is is about 23 in up to where it bents up from there is about 16in high the shorter is about 16 in long then goes up about 12 in hope that hleps Jan 13, 2015
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Ricardo M: About 4 feet plus out of the box. Jan 13, 2015
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Frank N asked: Will these fit my 2015 Iron XL883N ? They are compatible with the 2014 model, but I don't know if anything has changed. Nov 24, 2014
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RAMON P: good question, they did fit my 2014, the only major change that I'm aware of after 2014+ 2014 is the ABS master cylinder, but that doesn't interfere at all with the exhaust as it's pretty much out of the way. Dec 26, 2014
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Freddy B: hey frank, i ordered this and arrived today, i have a 2015 iron 883 and if everything goes as i planned i will have them tomorrow... i'll let you know. Dec 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit a 2015 iron 883 and the part number for the pipes? Not sure what size O2 sensor I have? Mar 31, 2015
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Kenneth L: Yes, I have a 14 iron and they fit perfect. Harley irons 2009-2013 are the same. They made changes in 2014. 2014-2015 are the same. Harley uses narrow band o2 sensors for our bikes and they fit these pipes perfect. For future reference if you ever do forward controls, make sure they're 14-up. 13s below will NOT work even though some manufactures claim they will. Mar 31, 2015
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